Graphics Journalist, Digital Cartographer, Engineer, Noodle Connoisseur


I spend my days crunching data and visualizing news stories for the web and mobile devices, currently as an engineer for The Washington Post. Previously, I was a senior graphics engineer for Commonwealth Magazine and frontend engineer for the New York Times. I completed my graduate studies in Cartography and Geographic Information Systems at the University of Wisconsin and undergraduate studies in Computer Science at the University of California, San Diego.

I'm motivated by the idea that digital mediums can help readers better understand complex challenges facing societies today. In addition, I believe that newsrooms are among the most conducive environments to experimentation, development, and creativity.

More broadly, I’m interested in the interplay of technology, maps, politics, journalism, international relations, democracy, and education. My spare time is spent eating noodles, surfing, reading, and traveling.

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